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2,000 Kids Separated From Parents at Border in Less Than 2 Months

The numbers are for families separated due to adults facing prosecution from mid-April to the end of May.

Pima Supervisors to Vote on Grants Targeting Illegal Immigration, Drug Trafficking

The board is considering more than $2 million in federal funding for the sheriff's department, including Operation Stonegarden.

Sessions Cites Bible to Defend Separating Immigrant Families

Last month, the attorney general announced a "zero tolerance" policy that any adult who enters the country illegally is criminally prosecuted.

Local Officials Condemn Policy Separating Undocumented Families

Office holders from six different government bodies gathered to voice opposition to the Trump administration policy.

GOP Brass Wants Arizona Lawmaker in Immigration Remark Out

Republican David Stringer of Prescott said, "There aren't enough white kids to go around."

Ryan Paints Rosy Scenario on Immigration; Details to Come

Potential legislation still has to make its way through difficult negotiations between conservatives and moderates.

Jeff Sessions Blocks Access to Asylum for Those Fleeing Domestic Violence

The attorney general overruled a 2016 case, saying people must also prove the government did not or could not protect them.

Borderlands Residents Reflect on Issues at the Border

A panel discussion with community leaders from Santa Cruz and Pima counties.

Rep. Grijalva: Enforcement Strategy Dehumanizes Immigrant Families

The congressman reacts to Homeland Security's hardline strategy of prosecuting all illegal crossings.

Border Roundtable; Politics, Life Near the Line, Tucson Sector Chief

Also, a look ahead at Arizona 360's tour of the Tohono O'odham Nation.

Rothschild, Other Mayors Call for End to Separation of Migrant Families

The policy is responsible for separating an average of 47 kids from their parents each day.

Taking a Trip to "Bundyville"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Legal battles on the border over the separation of families; and Buddhist scholar Robert Thurman talks about life, death, and having fun in between.

US Asylum Seekers Wait Their Turn on Mexican Border

The exact reasons for the border crossing bottleneck in California, Arizona and Texas are unclear.

BP Sector Chief: Border Under 'Fragile' Control

Rodolfo Karisch warns of shifts in traffic that can ripple down the international line.

As Resettlements of Refugees Drop, Infrastructure to Help Them Crumples

The Trump administration cut the refugee cap to 45,000 this year, but the U.S. will probably let in less than half of that number.

2 Million Immigrants Could be Eligible for Legal Status, Study Says

An immigration advocacy network says many immigrants without legal status are unaware they could get a green card or start on a path to citizenship.

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